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A cliff top coastal walk, the Bondi to Coogee walk extends for six km in Sydney’s eastern suburbs. The walk features stunning views, beaches, parks, cliffs, bays and rock pools. The beaches and parks offer a place to rest, swim or a chance to eat at...more
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Great coastal walk that crosses several beaches and bays (about 4 miles). The walk is paved and there are stairs across the journey. It is a beautiful trek for pictures and can be windy. We chose to start at Coogee and work our way up...More
This is a great 6 km walk with fantastic coastal views. I was there in early spring on a blustery day, so it was too cold to swim without a wetsuit. I still enjoyed it because the views were spectacular. Take express bus 333 from...More
Very nice beach, short stretch of beach before you run into the cliffs.
Plenty of room for enjoying the sun and sand.
The day we went the waves were fairly big and the water was to cold for an actual swim.
Highly recommend this as a cheap and enjoyable way to spend a warm day. I prefer walking it from Coogee to Bondi, because I think the layout of the beaches is more spectacular. Swimming at Gordon’s Bay is a really nice spot without so many...More
I was really surprised at this beautiful walk. The path is cut into the rock walls, and be careful with the stairs and where the water comes across, but really a beautiful day, and such an incredible sight. Really a must do!
Good walk with scenic views but seems to be kept secret. We needed to ask directions from the bus stop (driver didn't know of it) to the start of the path. Some idea of distances along path would be handy.
It is an amazing walk to do with friends or by yourself. Every stop you make has its own character. The views from the cliff tops are amazing and along the way if you get hot you can go for swim or stop at little...More
Between Bronte and Clovelly, the Waverley cemetery boardwalk is finally back open and it’s even better than before. The council have done a tremendous job at repairing and improving the walk. There are even more spots to sit and take in that cracker of a...More
Very accessible by public transport, Coogee is the smaller, friendlier, more intimate version of Bondi Beach. Coogee is the only beach in the Eastern suburbs that does not have big waves, making it an excellent family beach. The Coogee Bay Hotel, located right across the beach, has one of the biggest beer gardens in Australia and plenty of entertainment every night of the week. Be on the lookout for celebrity
footballers! A little further south is Wylie’s Baths, offering sweeping 180 degree views over the Pacific Ocean, and it is perfect for a swim or a few laps. Plenty of dining choices surround the beach, including the famous fish and chips.
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The train does not go all the way to the beach and it is quite a distance to walk there from the station. There are buses from the city or from Bondi Junction train station. From Bondi Junction take buses 333, 380, 381... More
The train does not go all the way to the beach and it is quite a distance to walk there from the station. There are buses from the city or from Bondi Junction train station. From Bondi Junction take buses 333, 380, 381 & 379 - follow the directions to the buses when you get off the train. From the city, take buses 333 or 380 from Museum stand A on the side of Hyde Park in Liverpool Street. Use the same routes and way to get back to the city or to Bondi Junction.
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